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03 Urban Parks into the 20th c

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Urban Parks into the 20 th Century
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Bois de Boulogne Paris, France 1852 Jean-Charles-Adolph Alphand
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Parc des Buttes- Chaumont Paris, France 1864-67 Jean-Charles Adolph Alphand
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Buffalo Park System Olmsted & Vaux, 1868 Buffalo, NY http://www.buffaloah.com/a/archs/ov/bev/index.html http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/buffalo_ny_1896.jpg Map of Buffalo, 1896
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Delaware Park Olmsted & Vaux, 1868 Buffalo, NY http://www.buffaloah.com/a/archs/ov/bev/index.html
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Chicago South Park Commission Olmsted, Vaux & Co 1871 Plan Jackson Park - Midway Plaisance - Washington Park http://burnhamplan100.uchicago.edu/newberryexhibit/nur turing/cultivating-green.shtml
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Delaware Park Olmsted & Vaux, 1868 Buffalo, NY Plan for Jackson Park, Chicago
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Plan for Washington Park, Chicago
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Frederick Law Olmsted’s Partners After Calvert Vaux John Charles Olmsted 1852-1920 Charles Eliot 1859-1897 Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. 1879-1957
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Boston Park System The “Emerald Necklace” Frederick Law Olmsted & Company, 1878-1896 Back Bay Fens Leverett Park Jamaica Park Arnold Arboretum Franklin Park
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Back Bay Fens & Commonwealth Avenue Mall Towards Boston Common
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Back Bay Fens
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Riverway Linking Back Bay Fens to Olmsted Park
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Leverett (Olmsted) Park
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Jamaica Park
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Arnold Arboretum, 1872 Charles Sprague Sargent First Director
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Franklin Park “crown jewel” of the Emerald Necklace
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Boston Area Metropolitan Parks System Charles Eliot 1892 1902
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Major urban parks: Central Park, New York (1858) Prospect Park, New York (1866) Delaware Park, Buffalo (1869) Washington, Chicago (1871) Jackson Park, Chicago (1871) Belle Isle, Detroit (1881) Mount Royal, Montreal (1877) Franklin Park, Boston (1885) Genesee Valley Park, Rochester (1890) Cherokee Park, Louisville (1891) Riverside Park , New York (1875) Morningside Park, New York (1873) Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn (1868) Walnut Hill Park, New Britain, CT (1870) South Park, Fall River, MA (1871) Beardsley Park, Bridgeport, CT (1884) Downing Park, Newburgh, NY (1887)
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